The council’s cabinet on Thursday agreed the first draft of the budget, which must now go to full council next month.
Despite the recommendations from the task force’s report, the county council has failed to commit to more funding.
A three-week period, where MPs can debate it, must now take place and, once signed off, preparations will be made for the changes to be introduced.
Public satisfaction with Suffolk’s roads has improved in the last year but nearly two thirds of motorists are still not happy, new figures show.
The matter was raised on Tuesday, when the reinstatement of a £120,000 annual grant was discussed – a year after it was announced funding would cease.
It means from the county’s portion of council tax alone, a Band B property will pay £40 a year more.
Finance chiefs confirmed in the first draft of the council’s budget for next year that it would be restoring a CAB grant of £360,000 over three years.
According to the Babergh District Council's homelessness team, the authority is still relying on temporary housing in B&Bs and bedsits in Suffolk.
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is contacting all candidates across the county, asking what they will do to address the issues local firms are facing.
A task force has been formed across four Suffolk councils in a bid to come up with ideas to support the county’s Citizens Advice centres.
The measures look set to put more parking wardens on the streets and end the “wild west” situation in some of the county’s problem spots.
Changes to a controversial school transport policy in Suffolk have not been ruled out in 2020, as a study is due to be published in the New Year.
Plans for a major review of parking in Sudbury and Hadleigh have been tabled, which could see fresh measures to support public transport.
The council's new Conservative education chief Mary Evans has apologised to affected parents and vowed for lessons to be learnt.
Claims by two Suffolk councils that they now have a five-year housing land supply have been described as “too little, too late”.
A fresh vision for a Suffolk market town is to be drawn up, as the district council aim to help develop their culture, business and economy.
Persimmon Homes is now set to work on detailed plans for homes on land south of Ipswich Road, after the first stage of its application was approved
Parent campaigners against controversial changes to school transport have vowed to keep up the pressure on under-fire education chiefs.
The final merger of two Suffolk councils has been taken off the table until after the next local elections at the earliest, it has emerged.
The plans, which have been in the pipeline for more than a decade, look set to progress, after revised proposals have been put forward.